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Dreamcanada

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Dreamcanada has 7 years experience and specializes in intensive care unit.

RN in the UK

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  1. Hello, I am an IEN and applied for RPN for Ontario. I passed my CPNRE in June 2020. CNO still hasn't updated my other requirements such as english proficiency which they received in August 2020. Hence, I still cannot use the RPN title. Because of personal reasons, I have to relocate to Alberta. Originally, I was waiting for CNO RPN license and then transfer that to Alberta. Now, since CNO is taking so long ( on telephone cno said they are still dealing with files from February 2020 (they said same in august 2020 when I phoned, so no progress there in 4 months), I am considering applying to clpna alberta. my questions is, will I need to rewrite the cpnre and jurisprudence or is there any way I can prove to clpna that I have already passed these exam and they can consider this? any answers appreciated.
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    CNO-Language Proficiency

    HI, any updates for you? I phoned them recently and they said they are still dealing with the files from February. I am actually considering applying to clpna alberta now because I have to relocate to Alberta anyways for personal reasons. Originally, I was waiting for CNO RPN license and then transfer that to Alberta. Do you know if I will need to rewrite the cpnre and jurisprudence or is there any way I can prove to clpna that I have already passed these exam?
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    cpnre 2020

    Hello, Could someone please answer this or guide me to the right forum please? I am an IEN and applied for RPN for Ontario. I passed my CPNRE in June 2020. CNO still hasn't updated my other requirements such as english proficiency which they received in August 2020. Hence, I still cannot use the RPN title. Because of personal reasons, I have to relocate to Alberta. Originally, I was waiting for CNO RPN license and then transfer that to Alberta. Now, since CNO is taking so long ( on telephone cno said they are still dealing with files from February 2020 (they said same in august 2020 when I phoned, so no progress there), I am considering applying to clpna alberta. my questions is, will I need to rewrite the cpnre and jurisprudence or is there any way I can prove to clpna that I have already passed these exam and they can consider this? any answers appreciated.
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    NNAS experience?

    i see. well, thank you for the reply.
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    NNAS experience?

    Hello. I have started this NNAS process and, am in the process of updating and downloading the relevant forms. When I created my profile (payment done two months ago), I had one current and one previous registration from my home country. However, in the meantime I had to transfer my registration to another state within my home country. The problem now I am facing is that i am unable to convert my 2nd registration as previous registration. So, basically I have one current registration and two previous, but my NNAS profile reads one previous registration and two current registration. Can anybody help me how to sort it out? Is it possible to delete the registration details because I surely see an option to add previous registration. Please reply.